From rice dishes to stews, Indonesian food is full of intense flavor. If you are already drooling at the thought of beef rendang and sweet martabak, then this gastronomic journey is for you! What's even more exciting about Indonesian cooking holidays is the relaxation that comes with them. Most culinary vacations here will offer yoga sessions or spa treatments to accompany your cooking lessons. It's not just learning about the country's dishes and culture. It's also about looking after yourself and achieving a healthier body and mind.
For many decades, Bali has been one of the top destinations for travel lovers around the globe. The great news is that, dubbed as ‘Island of the Gods’, this beautiful island not only offers plenty of unique places to visit and things to do, it is also home to an abundant selection of great restaurants.
They say that the best experiences are those that catch you by surprise. Well, on my recent visit to Bali, the breathtaking destination dubbed as ‘the Island of the Gods’, I was treated to an unexpected yet unforgettable culinary adventure.
Unless you have been living under a rock, chances are, you’ve heard of Bali, one of the world’s most renowned and popular tropical destinations. To quote the Lonely Planet, the preferred go-to-guide for travelers around the globe: “The mere mention of Bali evokes thoughts of a paradise. It's more than a place; it's a mood, an aspiration, a tropical state of mind”.